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  • A summary of cliche plots found in romance novels. The heroine doesn't know how attractive she is. She meets a rich business man who whisks her off her feet. It takes them a while to trust each other.

    Romance Novel Cliches: Storylines to Avoid

    Romance Novel Cliches: Storylines to Avoid

    by Marianne Sherret1

  • Finding inspiration to write can be tough, especially if writer's block has you in its clutches. This article details five methods to defeat your procrastination and get writing again.

    5 Ways to Defeat Writer's Block

    5 Ways to Defeat Writer's Block

    by K S Lane8

  • This article aims to teach you how to select the right word for the right line in your poems by analyzing the use of phonemes in "Sappho 31" and Bob Dylan's "It's Alright, Ma (I'm only Bleeding)."

    Phonemes: The Building Blocks of Lyric Poetry

    Phonemes: The Building Blocks of Lyric Poetry

    by Nicholas Wright2

  • This article has ideas to help you come up with science fiction story and paper ideas, common sci fi themes, where to research the topics further, and how to learn more about science fiction.

    How to Research Science Fiction Topics

    How to Research Science Fiction Topics

    by Candace Bacon6

  • Many new authors sit and stare at a blank page. They have no idea where to start. Some think there is a magic formula to get them going. There are many suggestions as to how to get your book started. One of them is to ask yourself how you like the...

    Starting Your Novel: How Do You Like Your Books to Start?

    Starting Your Novel: How Do You Like Your Books to Start?

    by Rebecca Graf3

  • Backstory is the technical term for the background of your novel's characters - how did they get here, and why do they behave the way they do? It takes skill to incorporate it seamlessly into your story

    Novel Writing: Backstory

    Novel Writing: Backstory

    by Kate Swanson29

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